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Generational bias often leans towards suggesting that younger people often don't work 'hard enough'. Frankly, I've never believed that. In my role as a teacher, in every class the personality of students has run the gamut from slackers to over-achievers, and pretty much in the same percentage over the years. Although I realize my sample population consists of the 'higher achievers' to begin with, I suspect my observations apply to the general population. I've heard people making fun of YouTubers. I don't see the appeal of YouTubing as a living myself, but regardless, it has become a viable 'job'. I was also wondering about the inherent 'danger' of those making a living off YouTube - with the demand for constant, new, never-ending content. We need to slow down. Burn-out, no matter what the venue, is very real. Case in point: TwoSet Violin I have admitted that I enjoy most (but not all ) of their content. I think they've done a wonderful thing by drawing in viewers and exposing them to classical music in a fun way They have been - and this is nuts - trying to put out 5 videos a week. Honestly, I can't imagine how stressful that must be. And? Sadly, but not unexpectedly, we have issues as a result: I hope Brett takes a good long rest, feels better soon, and the two of them are up and running again - but at a slower, more manageable pace.